Every five years, Britons elect members of Parliament. But after this year's vote on Thursday, the results of the new government might not be known for days.
By Larisa Epatko
There are over 6,000 languages spoken around the world today. But by the end of this century, fewer than half of them will remain. That's the driving concern of the new documentary "Language Matters," from poet Bob Holman and filmmaker…
By Frank Carlson
On September 18, Scotland’s citizens will go to the polls to answer a really big question: “Should Scotland be an independent country?” This question, of course, raises lots of other questions about what a yes vote might mean for the…
By Sarah McHaney
By Julie Pace, Associated Press
NEWPORT, Wales — NATO leaders grappled Thursday with whether the alliance has a role in containing a mounting militant threat in the Middle East, as heads of state converged in Wales for a high-stakes summit also focused on the crisis…
Hari interviews Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales on today's blackouts in Russia, trusting crowd-sourced information and attracting more women to the Wikipedia community.
Onlookers crowded London's streets and television viewers worldwide tuned into the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton in London Friday. Margaret Warner recaps the ceremony's significance with John Burns, London bureau chief for the New York Times.
By Tom LeGro
New Directions has just put out "Dylan Thomas: The Collected Poems." It's a republication of the original edition, as selected by the poet himself, and the introduction is by Paul Muldoon, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and professor at Princeton University.
By Tom LeGro
Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night" is included in the recently republished "Dylan Thomas: Collected Poems" by New Directions, with a new introduction by poet Paul Muldoon. Jeffrey Brown talked to Muldoon last week about Thomas and the…
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